Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Willcox
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I figured i liked Dos Cabezas so much that id stay there for two more days. To get money to repair for the van the local medicine man asked me to pick up any trash i saw while i was out there for $200 dollars. Dos Cabezas is a movingly beautiful place. It is rich in Cacti life, ancient native american tribe art, and a vast diversity of wild ...
0900 arrive in Tucson
0910 tire blows out on the road but luckily a kind stranger helped us and replaced our tire
1100 head towards dos cabezas mountains range
1400 spend time exploring the mountains. they were very desert like and rocky.I met an old medicine man from the local tribe around that area
2200 sleep in the car outside Dos Cabezas
... The White Sands should be called White Gypsum. Despite the temperatures over 100 degrees the powder felt cool on our bare feet. We climbed up a dune just to see the other side. A grader drove by pushing the sand off of the road as if it were snow. Frequently, we saw dust devils dancing across the desert. Sometimes they were low to the ground and other times they were tall columns stretching high above the ground. July and August are considered the rainy or monsoon ...
... turn, but missed it. We easily turned around in an area that many others had used before us.
Finally we got to the campground shrouded in darkness. No lights anywhere were to be found to guide us. After talking with a couple of other campers, we unhitched Sooby and found our site. A nice level spot it was, and very welcome. As I came in after hooking up the water and power, all we could do was laugh! ...
... the other famous cowboys. He attended most rodeos and shows with his horse "KO KO" who is buried in front of his big statue in Railroad Park in the Historic District. The horse was beautiful and at first he was buried on his ranch in CA but when he died he was moved back to his home town of Willcox and his real heart was placed inside the statue. That way his heart would always be left in his home town. What was really interesting is that he was ...